Chicago, IL – January 22, 2018– The Particles Plus Team was on hand at the Hilton Chicago for the 2018 Indoor Air Quality Association Conference and the AHR Exposition at McCormick Place. Particles Plus was highlighted as the Diamond Sponsor for the event for a second year in a row, providing their support and continued commitment to the Association and its members. The conference provided top rated technical presentations and a venue for members to interact with the association’s committees, executive board, and sponsors.
Particles Plus decision to be a Diamond Sponsor for a second year in a row was based on their belief in the mission of the IAQA and its members. The company has continued to focus the products andtheir unique features to meet the needs of indoor environmental professionals, investigators, and remediation contractors. This was highlighted during a presentation given by the company’s Chief Technical Officer David Pariseau to all in attendance at the first day’s lunch event.
“The IAQA members’ goals are aligned with our own: providing the most professional, uniform, and accurate assessment of indoor environments. The members do it with continuous training and professional development, and we do it by listening to their feedback and providing products focused on their specific needs.” Stated Adam Giandomenico, the company’s CEO.
Particles Plus and the IAQA also announced the company’s additional support for the IAQA membership by providing a generous discount on their instruments to association members. This special discount is offered only to registered members of the association and was provided with the support of the association’s leadership. Particles Plus also announced their continued support for the IAQA by committing to being the Diamond Sponsor again next year at the 2019 annual conference being held in Atlanta, Georgia.
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